I saw that sky while doing dishes a couple of weeks ago and had to dry my hands and get the camera.
The rain stopped and it's all sunny and fabulous outside. Well, if you can ignore the singing weeds. I keep telling myself I'll have time for gardening at some point but it really does seem unlikely this year. If I can keep the patio plants and trees alive, I'll be happy.
The tendinitis is under control. However, there's still yard work waiting for me and that's what started all this in the first place. While hiding from the garden, I've been spinning and should have some finished and dry sock yarn to show soon. Soaking/thwacking must happen first. I'm also working on a larger spinning project that is going well but I'm already a bit bored. Twelve ounces looks like a lot when it's in batt form and monogamy isn't my strong suit.
Don't forget about the Summer of Socks group on Ravelry. There's still time to join, plan and get ready for sock knitting this summer. We need all the good folks we can get because there are a couple/few members I'd love to shake some sense into. Shocking, I know.
Did you know that Kate got her own site? She's starting a new phase in her life and that, of course, requires a new site. She's also a new wheel (!!!) and a very pretty young man, who's a geek. (Score!) Best of all, she still has her little kitty man, who I completely adore.
Don't forget that there is still plenty of time to find/join a team for the Ravelry version of the Tour de Fleece. Not to mention loads of time to plan and train. My/our team is still training and trying to plan what everyone's goals are. If you're not a non-crazy reader and you want to join, please do! Spinning is not required.
Also remember that you are allowed to join more than one team. I'm thinking about joining the Kromski people, but y'all know how I feel about people.
In other news, there is no other news.
I'm not knitting, am icing various body parts and trying not to think too much.
Yeah, I don't know why you still read me, either.